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Code Wars: 10 Years of P2P Software Litigation

ISBN-13: 978-1849806213
ISBN-10: 1849806217
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With a combination of acute observation, close analysis and clear-headed honesty, Rebecca Giblin leads the reader to share her conclusion that there is no legislative, judicial, commercial or technical panacea for copyright infringement which P2P software facilitates, but that even now it is not too late to improve the manner in which the rights-owning and distribution sectors address the challenges that P2P poses. --Jeremy Phillips, Olswang, and Intellectual Property Institute, UK

Giblin is very interesting and detailed in her descriptions of the nature of the software developed by Napster, Aimster and Grokster associates and how it evolved to minimise risk of liability as the case law unfolded. . . The book is well worth reading because it not only deals authoritatively with the law and its development in this area, but also describes very well the technologies that supported the various P2P protocols, and the way in which they were designed to best avoid liability as it was understood at each point in time. Although the story is far from over, the book is multi-dimensional and unlikely to become dated as quickly as the software it describes. --Jim Holmes, Telecommunications Journal of Australia

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Rebecca Giblin, Lecturer, Monash University, Australia

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